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Synonyms for anginal

of or related to the pain of angina pectoris

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The objective of the present study was to assess the efficacy of danshenform compound in reducing anginal episodes in patients with stable angina pectoris already taking optimal anti anginal medications.
death or re-MI) that focuses on history, including anginal symptoms, physical findings, EKG findings, and biomarkers of cardiac injury.
This results in higher degree of stenosis, more anginal symptoms but less likely to have plaque rupture and presentation as ACS.
The severe symptoms, for example, fatigue, palpitation, dyspnea, or anginal pain usually made the children weak and intolerant to activities, which would decrease their ability to care for themselves (Adele, 1999).
Resistance training generally is safe, the statement's authors concluded, and has not been linked to increases in anginal symptoms, ST-segment depression, or complex ventricular arrhythmias.
Levy reveals several surprising facts, including: arteries are commonly depleted of vitamin C, even in individuals who appear healthy and well-nourished; even when cholesterol is largely eliminated from diet, vitamin C deficiency can cause cholesterol accumulation in heart arteries; and large daily does of vitamin C and comparable doses of lysine reduce anginal chest pain.
Hydralazine can cause tachycardia potentially leading to myocardial ischemia and anginal attacks.
Improved blood flow would help to relieve anginal pain by improving oxygenation of heart muscle and hypertension by decreasing peripheral circulatory resistance.
Anginal pain gets worse and blood pressure shoots up because the heart must work harder to keep the body warm.
It has been recognized that older patients or females with ACS frequently present with symptoms other than chest pain (CP; anginal equivalent symptoms), such as shortness of breath (SOB), general weakness (WK), or pain at a site other than the chest (PAIN) (6, 7).
Detsky's index incorporates history, examination, and electrocardiographic features of the original Goldman criteria (age over 70 years, MI within 6 months, severe aortic stenosis, etc.) but adjusts the scoring further based on anginal characteristics and presence/absence of recent pulmonary edema.
Subsequent cardiac catheterization identified a tortuous coronary artery thought to be the cause of her anginal symptoms.
The clearest example is the New York Heart Association functional class, which explicitly encompasses fatigue, palpitations, dyspnea, and anginal pain within individual levels.
Effects of moderate weight loss on anginal symptoms and indices of coagulation and ftbrinolysis in overweight patients with angina pectoris.